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Pakenham’s Andrew Daley is almost unrecognisable after taking part in the World’s Greatest Shave.
The Simplot worker joined thousands of Australians who lost their locks in support of the Leukaemia Foundation during the month of March.
For Andrew it was losing his mother to Leukaemia 30 years ago that inspired him to part with his iconic long hair and beard, once a major part of his identity.
With the help of colleagues and friends, the 44-year-old raised more than $2400 for the foundation, smashing his goal of $1500.

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